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|Info:||Glen McCarthy is The ghostwriter, his name he proclaims as
"One who writes for and gives credit of authorship to
another." The MC is also a youth minister. |
Hip Hop Culture
As a Chicago native, raised on the South-side of the city,
he was greatly influenced by the hip hop culture.
In, 1997 he met with the Zulu Nation constituency in the
Bronx of New York at a Zulu nation Conference where he was
inspired to by the father of hip-hop, DJ Kool Hert and hip
hop pioneer Afrika Bambada to take ownership of and
responsibility for the hip hop culture.
However, God snatched him out of the underground hip hop
culture for his own purposes. Being filled with the Holy
Spirit and dedicated to the Lord, Glen become his personal
Ghostwriter within the hip hop.
His greatest passion is to write songs and create music for
Jesus Christ to the Glory of God. “God uses me as His vessel
in music ministry prophetically through preaching, teaching,
and through rapping.
That way no one is left out. Every one can hear in a way
relative to their culture, the stage of life they are in or
their level of education,” proclaims Minister McCarthy.
Glen considers his music style a mix of the old and new
school hip-hop with the thought provoking nature of
conscious rap and also with the boldness and aggression of
gangster rap. His composition consist of a variety of songs
written from both life experiences and revelation from the
word of God.
With the endeavors to revolutionize the music industry and
pop culture the site Restore All Music Ministries was
Glen has earned a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Biblical
Theological Studies from North Park University and is
currently a student in the Master of Divinity program at
North Park Theological Seminary. Glen has worked with teens
in both youth ministry and in the college admission field.
He serves as a teacher and youth minister within the body of
The Ghostwriter provides a taste of Chicago from a divine
perspective with a combination of his south-side production
style and the north-side production style of E. Heyn.
The MC released his debut album Five Loaves & Two Fish in
|Release:||Five Loaves & Two Fish|
|Media:||[Audio CD] |
|Recordlabel:||Indie (Independant Release)|
2. It's Here
3. Son Shine
4. Rhythm of Life
5. Gospel to the Ghetto
6. No Mind
8. Cottage Grove
10. Fighting Words
11. Step Up
12. Wack MCs
13. Church Boys
14. Playing Church
15. I Give U Praise
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